In December 2009, Volkswagen AG bought a 49.9% stake in (more commonly known as Porsche AG) in a first step towards an 'integrated automotive group' with Porsche. The of Volkswagen AG and Porsche SE was scheduled to take place during the course of 2011. On 8 September 2011, it was announced that the planned merger "cannot be implemented within the time frame provided for in the Comprehensive Agreement." As reasons, unquantifiable legal risks, including a criminal probe into the holding's former management team were given. Both parties "remain committed to the goal of creating an integrated automotive group with Porsche and are convinced that this will take place." On 4 July 2012 Volkswagen group announced they would wrap up the remaining half of shares for 4.46 billion euros ($5.58 billion) on 1 August 2012 to avoid taxes of as much as 1.5 billion euros, which would have to be paid if the wrap up happened after 31 July 2014. Volkswagen AG purchased the remaining stake in Porsche AG equaling 100% of the shares in Porsche Zwischenholding GmbH, effectively becoming its parent company as of 1 August 2012.
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On 3 August 2015, announced that it had reached a deal to sell its digital maps division to a consortium of three German automakers—, , and Volkswagen Group, for €2.8 billion. This was seen as an indication that the automakers were interested in automated cars.
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Volkswagen Group revealed on 24 October 2009 that it had made an offer to acquire long-time partner and German niche automotive manufacturer out of bankruptcy protection. In November 2009, the Supervisory Board of Volkswagen AG approved the acquisition of assets of Karmann, and planned to restart vehicle production at their plant in 2012.
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